Welcome to Season Six, Battle Royalers. If you’ve been playing Fortnite up until this point, you get the gist of how these challenges go. Every week, Battle Pass owners have the opportunity to complete challenges and unlock rewards to help personalize your storm survivor. As usual, Battle Pass owners will…
The Pokeball Plus is the fancy new controller that can be acquired in the premium editions of Pokemon Let's Go Eevee / Pikachu, or bought separately. As Let's Go can be played with one joy-con, the Pokeball is a fine replacement and can be used for the entirety of the…
Pokemon Let's Go features the original Legendary Pokemon found in Pokemon Yellow, as well as two newcomers. With this guide, we'll tell you what Pokemon are featured, as well as how to find them. Legendary Birds Moltres Moltres is the firey Legendary Bird Pokemon. Moltres can be found and caught…
The name Pokemon Let's Go isn't just a style choice, it's also a reference to the ties to the hit mobile game, Pokemon Go. With the ability to transfer Pokemon from Pokemon Go, it's possible to catch Pokemon in the real world and bring them onto your Nintendo Switch. The…
Blue, Red, and Green are all featured in Pokemon Let's Go, but Blue is by far the easiest one to find on your Pokemon Journey. As soon as beating the Pewter Gym, Blue will be hot on your tail throughout the rest of the story to help and antagonize your…
The skill points that were included in the original version of Spyro: Year of the Dragon have been implemented into the remaster of the game. These points allow you to unlock a gallery of concept art and promotional images which can be viewed from the Guidebook. Skill Point 01 Of 20…
The skill points that were included in the original version of Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage have been implemented into the remaster of the game. These points allow you to unlock a gallery of concept art and promotional images which can be viewed from the Guidebook. Skill Point 01 Of 16 Location…
Green will show up a few times during the main story, but it won't be until the very end that you have a true all-out battle with her. After defeating the Elite Four, return to Cerulean City and enter the Cerulean Cave. Inside, you will find the elusive Mewtwo. After…
One of the additions to the remaster of Spyro: Year of the Dragon are a list of achievements, which allow you earn points for your Xbox Gamerscore or trophies for your PSN profile. Platinum Trophy Party like it's 2024 Gamerscore Equivalent: N/A Location Within Game: N/A Unlock Condition: Collect every Spyro: Year of the Dragon Trophy. Gold Trophies Moving Up In The…
Red, Blue and Green are all in Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee, coming all the way from the original Pokemon titles. Blue and Green will run into you occasionally along your journey, but Red remains the most mysterious trainer of them all. This guide will show you how to prepare,…
If you're a fan of the Kanto region, chances are you have a favorite Starter Pokemon that you'd love to see in your party. With this guide, we'll show you how to add the three Kanto Starters into your party. Bulbasaur Bulbasaur is the first Starter that you will be…
Like most Pokemon games, Let's Go Eevee and Pikachu have Pokemon that are exclusive to their titles and can only be caught in their specific game. Here's which Pokemon are exclusive to the titles. Let's Go Pikachu Oddish Gloom Vileplum Sandshrew Sandslash Growlithe Arcanine Grimer Muk Scyther Mankey Primeape Let's…
One of the additions to the remaster of the original Spyro the Dragon are a list of skill points, which allow you to unlock a gallery of concept art and promotional images which can be viewed from the Guidebook. Skill Point 01 Of 14 Location Within Game: Artisans Home How To…
3One of the additions to the remaster of Spyro 2 Ripto's Rage (Gateway to Glimmer) are a list of achievements, which allow you earn points for your Xbox Gamerscore or trophies for your PSN profile. Platinum Trophy Ripto's Remorse Gamerscore Equivalent: N/A Location Within Game: N/A Unlock Condition: Collect every Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage Trophy. Gold Trophies Conservationist 1 Gamerscore Equivalent: 40…
There's a lot going on in Fallout 76 and sometimes it just forgets to tell you some of the mechanics, tips and little things you might want to know to help your journey in Appalachia. Here are a few things we wished we had known before we started Fallout 76 and…
Welcome to Season Six, Battle Royalers. If you’ve been playing Fortnite up until this point, you get the gist of how these challenges go. Every week, Battle Pass owners have the opportunity to complete challenges and unlock rewards to help personalize your storm survivor. As usual, Battle Pass owners will…
Secret Techniques are the official replacement for HMs in this pokemon entry. Thankfully, no longer taking up any vital moveset space as they had in series' past. Your partner Pokemon will learn them and be able to perform them outside of battle. These Secret Techniques are used to access hidden areas,…
The Mega Stones have made a comeback in Pokemon Let's Go Eevee and Pikachu, this guide will show you how to acquire each of the Mega Stones offered in the titles. It's worth noting, no Mega Stone is exclusive to either game, all stones can be acquired in both titles.…
Being a pseudo-remake of Pokemon Yellow, the map of Kanto will be pretty familiar and similar with some very slight changes. But it's been a long time since we last visited Kanto, and your memory may be just a little bit foggy. Have no fear, as Nintendo have released a…
Candy is the newest mechanic found in Pokemon Let's Go Eevee and Pikachu, and can be used for a variety of different ways to beef up your team. In this guide, we'll talk about what candies can be found, and how they strengthen the Pokemon that consumes it. Candy Types…
In Pokemon Let's Go Eevee and Pikachu, your partner Pokemon have some fancy new special moves. These moves are unlocked as your connection grows naturally throughout the progression of the game. The special move can be used if the partner is in battle, or can be used to boost the…